I found your program while looking for ones on google. I think the password feature is the only feature (besides comments... but thats IZARCCs fault ) that this program needs to be more unique than winrar.
I have tried the following to put files in separate archives:
Winrar - need to pay,
PeaZip - uses more than one instance - a dirty trick
TugZip - No other feature beside simple archiving.
So i am sure everyone including me would love to see the next release have password support & if you got time, maybe a file browser to pick and choose files (CTRL + click thing) + other easy to implement features with the IZARCC tool...
- Eagerly waiting!!
I've already coded in password support but I'm hesitant to add file deletion support. I'd really hate to screw that up, you know? Though, on the other hand, if I delete to the recycle bin maybe it wouldn't be such a risk. What are your thoughts on this? The encryption idea will not be implemented since the IZarc command-line binary and the IZarc GUI version are the only things capable of opening those encrypted zips (I use the IZarc command-line binary as the backend for SpInZip).
As for a file browser, I think that goes beyond the scope of this tool. I've never intended for SpInZip to be anything close to a complete compression suite/app. Like I mentioned before, SpInZip is nothing more than a fancy front-end for the IZarc command-line binary. That being said, I do realise that Coding Snacks sometimes do take on a life of their own, hence, all the additional output options I've added to SpInZip. I trust you can understand that. =]
At any rate, here's v0.0.7.0 with the password support. Please let me know how it works out for you. Thanks.http://www.autohotke...p-setup-v0.0.7.0.exe